Saturday, July 20, 2013

Hi Everyone!

Hope you all are having an awesome day. 

This is not a new project (I colored her up around May but sent it around June- yes I'm horrible about sending cards on time working on that) but wanted to share anyway. One of our bloggy friend's sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and is still battling with the effects of it. A bunch of us from the Simply Betty Fan group sent her cards Using Simply B's image.

This particular one is called "Cindy for the Cause."

I enlarged her and cropped her out then added the sentiment to the shirt. 

I colored my image with Spectrum Noirs. 

I hope she liked my card and hope she is doing much better each day.   

Thanks for stopping by.

Katya Bess

Thursday, July 18, 2013

TGF Kid Jade

Hi Everyone,

This is a card created by my very colorful daughter Jade, who is 5 years (well 6 in one month.)
I told her about the TGF Kidz challenge and she was over the moon or at least somewhere over the rainbow. Ha-ha! I asked her if she wanted to make a card for anyone in particular and she wanted to make a card for her friend BFF Estrella. I gave her a pre-scored card and she chose the papers, words and stickers from a little stationary set an aunt gave her.

Jade used The Greeting Farm (TGF) Rubber stamp: Anya Treats and she said because she loves cupcakes. LOL

Jade used my Berol Prismacolor Set. 

 Here she is at work. 

 Ummm she was way too excited about using those old big scissors. 
Here's the completed card again.
Her inside note :)

Hope you enjoyed Jade's card. I think it came out too cute. We'll mail it out tomorrow. 

Thanks for stopping by.


Kids challenge use a TGF stamp

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Glitter that Anya

Hi Everyone!

This evening I was able to work on a A2 sized card. The rubber stamp is from The Greeting Farm (some of my top favorite stamps.) I used Anya Celebrates

I wanted had to use some used glitter on this card.

Entering this card at:

Thank you for visiting,


Katya Bess
Entering card at:
Anything goes with a girly theme.